Start date: August 2012

The FLC on Digital Humanities will engage in a year-long discussion and creation of projects in the Digital Humanities.  Digital Humanities encourages interdisciplinary approaches to research and teaching across the humanities and computer science fields. This FLC will support faculty innovation within the framework of this cross departmental collaboration. It is the intent of this FLC to combine creative faculty research with the skills of the computer science faculty and librarians to produce projects and explore digital ways of teaching and learning in the humanities.

FLC Members

Anne Davies (University Library)
John Fairfield (History)
Julie O'Hara (History)
Kelly Blank (Modern Languages)
Marty Ferrell (University Library)
Sean Burns (Technology Support)
Jonathan Gibson (Art)


Feel free to contact the FLC facilitators about this particular FLC:

Alison Morgan (University Library)
Gary Lewandowski (Mathematics and Computer Science)

For general questions about FLCs, please see the CTE website or contact:

Steve Yandell, faculty director of the CTE